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Trump touches down in storm-torn Texas

30 Agosto 2017
Trump touches down in storm-torn Texas

As the remnants of Hurricane Harvey continue to drench Texas, causing epic flooding, 38 Great Lakes Coastguardsmen and women have been sent to help with rescue efforts.

JPMorgan told its clients on Monday the hurricane's cost could be "slightly less" than one-quarter of the insurance industry's earnings.

"It was very emotional, weird and unsettling", she said.

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A taxi driver in Houston returned to his car to find a hawk taking shelter in the passenger seat. "However big or small the rescue operation is that we conduct, we bring the same level of excellence to the table".

Water has risen above the spillway at the Addicks Reservoir dam in Houston for the first time ever. The wing will operate out of Robert Gray Army Airfield in Texas.

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has released video footage (below) that shows the weather conditions in the air as the storm passed over the Gulf of Mexico on August 24.

GasBuddy said this Labor Day weekend is expected to be the second lowest in gas prices per gallon in more than a decade for California. But CNN reported not everyone was supportive of the president.

The average annual rainfall at George Bush Intercontinental Airport is 49.77 inches, said NWS.

"I think that people are in bad shape and need help, and I'm going to lead the charge", he said.

Some Houston residents have lost everything, a city has been completely displaced, and the death count from the storm is still rising.

"The president has been continuously engaged in this".

Mr. Trump met with state and local officials at a firehouse in Annaville to receive an update on recovery efforts.

Rain chances remain high through the day with the approach of Tropical Storm Harvey gradually moving toward the Cameron coastline by early Wednesday morning as a tropical storm wind maximum sustained winds of 45 mph.